Fall 2021 Classes

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Journey through the Lands of the Bible

Facilitator: Dr. Arden Autry
Location: Thomas Hall
Duration: 10 Weeks (September 8-November 17) *No class on Fall Break-October 13
Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
In this class we will journey through the lands of the Old and New Testaments. From Galilee to the Dead Sea, we will explore the important places of the Bible and the events in scripture that transpired in them.

Hands & Feet: A Fun Crash Course on Outreach to Get You Out of Your Seats and Into the Streets

Facilitator: Jennifer Lupinacci
Location: Culture Lab
Duration: 5 Weeks (September 8-October 6)
Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
This interactive experience will get you out of your seat and into the street for a crash course in all things outreach at FUMC. Ready to roll up your sleeves and get involved? Join us to find your place serving the community.

Outreach: Equipping Disciples Who Make Disciples

Facilitator: Jennifer Lupinacci
Location: Culture Lab
Duration: 5 Weeks (October 20-November 17)
Time: 6:00-7:15 p.m.
Do you feel compelled to do more in your community but, are stumped by how to reach more people for Christ? Outreach, at its core is the call to make disciples of all nations and interest-groups. In this course, you will be trained and equipped to reach out to your community in evangelism and discipleship, fulfilling the call of Christ in the unique way only you can. You have a unique place and calling for ministry, be that in your home, workplace, or hobbies. This class will provide you the tools you need to love those in your life well.

The Enneagram: A Tool for Spiritual Transformation

Facilitator: Liz Decker, Kelly Junk, Dr. Connie Jeske
Location: TBD
Duration: 5 Weeks (September 22-November 3) *No class on Fall Break-October 13
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
How would your life change if you could better understand why you do everything you do? How would your relationships with friends, family, or co-workers be different if you could learn to see the world from differing perspectives? Learning the Enneagram can help! The Enneagram is much more than a personality assessment. It is a tool for insight, discernment, and transformation by the Holy Spirit. Drawing from Scripture, interviews, and visuals to help explain the 9 basic personality types, you will discover the core motivations that explain the good, the bad, and the ugly of what makes us who we are and learn self-acceptance and compassion for ourselves and others. It will include spiritual growth practices and exercises that can aid you in your walk with Christ. 
 An optional pre-workshop inventory for discovering your type from wepss.com is available. $10.00. The test will be explained at the workshop.

Now That Faith Has Come: A Study of Galatians for Women

Facilitator: Melissa Fabian
Location: Parker Hall
Duration: 10 Weeks (September 8-November 17) *No class on Fall Break-October 13
Time: 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Join us for this Beth and Melissa Moore study that takes a deep dive into Paul’s captivating letter to the Galatians. Come to know the letter’s original recipients. Study its original context and embrace its timeless relevance. Discover―or perhaps rediscover―what makes the gospel of Jesus Christ revolutionary to those who choose to believe. Find out how everything has changed now that faith has come.